Multi Sensory Teaching & Learning

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Multi Sensory Teaching & Learning by Mind Map: Multi Sensory Teaching & Learning

1. Multi Sensory Researh

1.1. Orton Gillian

1.2. Montesorri

1.3. Dr. Armstrong

2. MS Activities for the..

2.1. Kinesthetic learner -sight word jump exercise -kick big blocks with letters & sight words -use a toy to run across the letters -sight word tower -letter sound blending puzzles

2.2. Visual learner -use of mirror to see what they look like when they say "o" for example -printable books -flash cards

2.3. Taste & Smell learner -spell words or letters using food like veggie straws, cheerios, or cheez its -use foods that start with the letter you are working on -write letters with glue and jello or shaving cream

2.4. Auditory learner -phonemic awareness -chanting -read alouds -rhyming

2.5. Tactile learner -playdough to create letters and words -word building with magnetic letters or blocks -sandpaper letters

3. Benefits

3.1. Students with learning disabilities

3.2. Students with sensory integration challenges

3.3. Young children

3.4. Adolescents

4. What is multi sensory learning?

4.1. Focuses primarily on using visual, auditory and kinesthetuc/tactile elements

4.2. Provides more ways of understanding new information.

4.3. Provides more ways to remember and to recall information later.

5. Multi Sensory Teaching

5.1. Direct Instruction

5.1.1. engage with technology

5.1.2. explicit instructions

5.1.3. check for understanding

5.1.4. activate students prior knowledge

5.1.5. use gestures (kinesthetic)

5.1.6. read aloud (visual/auditory)

5.1.7. game: make abstract concepts concrete

5.2. Uses whole brain techniques

5.2.1. movement memory processing

5.2.2. creates context & connection

5.2.3. reteaches & restates

5.2.4. consistent attention

5.2.5. movement & voice mirror concept

5.2.6. personalize lessons

5.2.7. cementing

5.3. Classroom

5.3.1. Learning environment must be comfortable; students must feel inspired

5.3.2. Outline structure of the lesson; students know what to expect

5.3.3. Go from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset